Hardik Pandya wrote this emotional post about father’s death, told Daddy ‘Hero’

new Delhi: Team India all-rounder Hardik Pandya has posted an emotional post on his social media account a day after his father’s death. The father of Hardik and his brother Krunal Pandya, Himanshu Pandya, died on the morning of 16 January due to a heart attack. He was 71 years old.

Hardik Pandya’s elder brother Krunal Pandya was a part of Baroda in Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. He left the bio bubble and left the team and went home for his father’s last visit. Krunal went to his family.

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In a sentimental post on Instagram and Facebook, Hardik wrote, ‘My father, my hero. Accepting that you have to lose is one of the most difficult things in life. But you have left such a big memory for us that we can only imagine that you are smiling.

He further wrote, ‘Where your sons are standing is because of your hard work and confidence. You were always happy. Now your absence in this house will reduce entertainment. We love you very much and will continue to do so. Your name will always be at the top. I know one thing, you are looking at us from above, in the same way you did here.

Hardik said, ‘You were proud of us, but Daddy we are all proud that you lived your life forever! Like I said yesterday and will say once again that I will miss you every day of my life. Love you daddy. Virat Kohli, Irfan Pathan and Akash Chopra have mourned the death of Pandya Brothers’ father.
(Input-IANS)

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